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DISPONIBLE "ÁRBOL DE LA ESPERANZA MANTENTE FIRME"80 X 60 cms - enmarcado plateadoAutor: TOLENTINO Técnica: Giclee Enriquecido/acrilico/tinta

"No Collusion"For Sale As a new aspiring artist I felt compelled to draw the most talked about fiqure in modern history.Let the bidding begin!

Guitar and Clarinet on a Mantelpiece by Pablo Picasso (1915) at @metmuseum

Me too, David.

Full of history, to try absolutely, has hundreds of years of history behind it. A real #newyork Hot-Dog, it tastes like freedom.Yeah, also

Classic Lobster Roll. Housemade brioche bun, tomato and cucumber relish, micro celery, choice of mixed greens or frites. #cafeluxembourg

The Met isn't always at the top of people's lists of proposal spots — crowded, lots of tourists, etc. But there's something serene about finding a

Die Ausstellung "Heavenly Bodies" hat im Durchschnitt 7.839 Besucher pro Tag in die Galerien des Metropolitan Museum in New York City gebracht

The stunning “A Boat Cast Adrift” by #SataYoshiro from #TheTaleOfGenji exhibit at @metmuseum. Japan’s most beloved epic tale, considered the

I’ve been using William Morris patterns in my work for over ten years. I first started screen printing on his wallpapers samples and fabrics, then

“Khachkar”, 13th - 14th, 🇦🇲. This Armenian stone cross recalls the evangelist Matthew’s description of the Second Coming. @metmuseum

Harper’s Christmas. 1894. Edward Penfield, American. Published by Harper and Brothers, New York. Lithograph. Seen as part of the exhibition Edward

Many people call artist Arshile Gorky the “Father of Abstract Expressionism.” Our tenant, The Arshile Gorky Foundation, furthers the public’s

Χρόνια πολλά! As of today, when we getcelebrate the Annunciation, we commemorate Greek Indepence Day! In this painting by #EugeneDelacroix

¿Conocéis a la reina-faraona Hatshepsut? Se proclamó faraona junto a Tutmosis III. Consiguió que nadie dudase de su derecho gracias apoyo del

Ancient Practical Jokes: Scholars date pranking to as far back as 2,400 B.C., when this royal whoopie cushion was sealed in the tomb of Meketre in

John Singer SargentEgyptian Woman (also known as Coin Necklace) 189, oil on canvas, cm 64.8x50.8 #johnsingersargent #artgallerynsw

Missed Connections is live! To watch the film, click the link in my bio✨•So many thanks to my beautiful and talented crew! Thank you for braving


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